EIB to lend EUR 150mn in support of Serbian enterprises.

By bne IntelliNews May 16, 2011
Serbia's deputy prime minister Bozidar Djelic and National Bank of Serbia governor Dejan Soskic will sign tomorrow two credit agreements with the European Investment Bank (EIB), a note on the government website read. The two agreements will amount to a total EUR 150mn. A total EUR 100mn that will be used to support small and medium-sized enterprises. The second credit of EUR 50mn will be used to support medium and large enterprises. The two loans are part of a EUR 250mn EIB loan programme. The second part of the loan programme is expected to be signed at the beginning of 2012.
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